A circle with number x means : “This circle is connected (straight line) to xcircles with true statement”
This is valid only if the statement in the circle is True.

If a circle is False, then it could be interpreted like this: “This circle is NOT connected (straight line) to xcircles with true statement”
Thus, the number of True statements connected to a False circle should be different than the number in the False circle itself.

Let’s say a true circle is a circle with a true statement.
So if the number is 3 means the circle is connected by 3 true circles.
Some circles are true and some are not.
Each circle is connected to 5 other circles, except the middle circle.
The middle circle is connected to 10 other circles.

Create another star with Boolean (T/F) input,
to show which circles are true, and which circles are false.

Example

Note

A is connected to (B,C,D,E,F) B is connected to (A,C,F,G,J) C is connected to (A,B,D,F,G) D is connected to (A,C,F,H,E) E is connected to (A,D,F,H,K) F is connected to (A,B,C,D,E,G,H,I,J,K) G is connected to (B,C,F,I,J) H is connected to (E,D,F,I,K) I is connected to (J,G,F,H,K) J is connected to (B,G,F,I,K) K is connected to (J,I,F,H,E)

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## jasen

Let’s say a true circle is a circle with a true statement.

So if the number is 3 means the circle is connected by 3 true circles.

Some circles are true and some are not.

Each circle is connected to 5 other circles, except the middle circle.

The middle circle is connected to 10 other circles.

Create another star with Boolean (T/F) input,to show which circles are true, and which circles are false.

ExampleNote

A is connected to (B,C,D,E,F)

B is connected to (A,C,F,G,J)

C is connected to (A,B,D,F,G)

D is connected to (A,C,F,H,E)

E is connected to (A,D,F,H,K)

F is connected to (A,B,C,D,E,G,H,I,J,K)

G is connected to (B,C,F,I,J)

H is connected to (E,D,F,I,K)

I is connected to (J,G,F,H,K)

J is connected to (B,G,F,I,K)

K is connected to (J,I,F,H,E)

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